What time is Long Lost Family on ITV tonight? – The Sun

PREPARE to ball your eyes out because Long Lost Family is on your screens on ITV from January 18.

The tenth series showing again from the beginning. Here's what we know…

When did Long Lost Family return?

Season ten of Long Lost Family kicked off on January 18.

And the fourth episode is on tonight (February 8) at 9pm.

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell returned to present the heart-warming show, which unites families.

At a time of international crisis which has seen many people experience separation from loved ones, these reunions have more poignancy than ever.

How many episodes are there in series ten of Long Lost Family?

Long Lost Family Season ten is made up of seven episodes, which are each an hour long.

Episodes will air on Mondays at 9pm on ITV.

More than 400 people from across the UK have been in touch with the Long Lost Family team, asking for help to find a missing loved one.

What have been the most tear-jerking stories on Long Lost Family?

Deborah Ozturk and Kate, 2016

Deborah Ozturk from Essex, had longed to find her birth mother, who gave her away as a baby.

She wanted to thank her for making the difficult decision to let her go and for hand-picking her incredible adoptive family.

Remarkably, she found her on the other side of the world in South Australia, despite her changing her name from Joan to Kate.

For years Kate believed she was a bad mother, who was not worthy of a family, and had no more children.

When Deborah and Kate met they could not stop hugging and gazing at one another. (Brings tears to our eyes even now.)

Marc Wolfe and Esther, 2018

A day rarely went by when Marc Wolfe from Surrey did not think about his birth mother, Esther, after being handed over to a close-knit Jewish family as a newborn.

He was reunited with Esther 50 years after she had given him away and learned he had two half-siblings.

Esther, who migrated to New Zealand in 1972, revealed she had never wanted to give up her son, but felt she had no other choice, as her family did not support her.

Christina Barlow and Encarnacion and Alcibiades, 2018

The story of Columbian-born Christina’s reunion with her biological parents made This Morning’s Ruth Langsford to sob in 2018.

Christina from Berkshire met her parents, on the show, more than 20 years after they had put her up for adoption in an effort to help her escape a life of extreme poverty.

She was adopted by British couple, Steve and Jane, and raised in their home in Berkshire.

But when Jane died in 2011 Christina decided to track down her birth parents.

Maureen Saville and Mike and Sue Pring, 2012

Maureen Saville from Old Swan went on a hunt for her birth mum after she abandoned her as a toddler.

Sadly, the research team discovered Maureen’s mother Monica had re-married four times and died in 1995.

However, they unearthed something rather interesting – Monica had given birth to two more children, Mike and Sue Pring, who Maureen had no clue existed.

Naturally, when the trio met, in the Isla Gladstone Conservatory in Stanley Park, they were consumed with emotion and cried as they hugged each other.

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